FourFour Two: How to use the new Microsoft Office app
Posted On July 23, 2021
FourFour two – One for each article Microsoft is making it easier to use Office 365 with a new app, available to download from the Windows Store.
FourFour is a new suite of apps that lets users edit, create and share documents, spreadsheets and spreadsheets templates.
Users can open the app by tapping on the word ‘Office’, or typing ‘office’.
The app will then open the ‘Office 365 for Windows’ app which lets users download and install the Microsoft Office Suite, which includes Office 2010, Office 2013 and Office 2016.
The Office Suite includes a new ‘Share Sheet’ function, which allows users to share files between their work and personal computers, and a new feature called ‘Office Clipboard’, which allows you to copy and paste documents to a clipboard.
Users will be able to use these apps to create and edit documents, share files and send and receive documents between different computers.
The Microsoft Office apps are available on the Windows Phone Store for $1.99 (£1.49) each.
Microsoft Office for Mac users will be happy to know that the suite includes a number of new features, such as the ability to add documents to Word documents, upload and edit Word documents and access the ‘Share sheet’ function.
Microsoft has also introduced the ‘Send’ and ‘Send Clipboard’ functions for Mac.
The app has also been updated with support for the new Universal Windows Platform, including Microsoft’s ‘Universal Windows apps’, which allow for a number more applications to run on the device.
There is also a new version of the Microsoft ‘Share’ and “Copy” functionality which is now available on all of the devices with Microsoft’s new Windows 10.
The ‘Office’ suite includes an array of new apps to use with the Microsoft suite, such a Word document editor, a spreadsheet editor and a file browser.
The new ‘Office for Mac’ apps include a Word editor, Excel spreadsheet, Word document and spreadsheet templates, and the new ‘Microsoft Office’ file browser, which lets you open, save and share files to Microsoft’s cloud storage service, SharePoint, and to other Microsoft products.
Users should be able see these new features in the app in the next few days.